After we left the Grand Floridian we caught the next water taxi to the Polynesian Village Resort.
The Polynesian has been undergoing a complete makeover. The swimming pool has experienced upgrades and the Bora Bora Bungalows are scheduled to open soon.
These are over – the -water accommodations just like the South Pacific but I’m getting off track.
We were just stopping there to see the decorations.
There was a modest tree in the lobby with tropical blooms.
Nearby a Tiki carving was gathering leis and offerings.
We had a light snack on the deck near the pool. Mine was a hot dog, an $8.59 hot dog.
Even the snacks are expensive! A pair of ducks were begging from table to table. All of the signs said not to feed the wildlife but these guys were so tame they took bits of food right out of your fingers.
Refreshed we grabbed the Monorail back to Hollywood Studios. As we headed to the Mono rail I couldn’t help but think that Disney had captured the essence of Hawaii.